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 Join us for the 2018-19 season as we team up with the Wrexham AFC Media Team once again to bring you live commentary of all of Wrexham AFC’s matches, both home and away!

How to tune in –

On air – 105fm in the Wrexham area

Online – Via our live stream (click here), or on the Wrexham AFC Mixlr channel (click here)

Mobile – Download the Tunein app  search ‘Calon FM’ to listen on the move (click here)

You also hear all things Wrexham AFC on our weekly Dragonheart show – Every Friday at 4pm

Coverage is brought to you by Tranceformations UK Hypnosis Services & Cambrian Credit Union

This year, we’re offering the opportunity to sponsor the coverage. Click here for detail

For full season fixtures, click here

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This week, S4C’s Cynefin turns its attention to the North East as it visits the largest town in North Wales, and as it was known for centuries, the largest town in Wales. Although Wrexham is inextricably linked to the world of industry, there is a deeper history to this town that our presenters explore with the help of some local characters.

We will hear of the unique history of the steelworks in the area, the town’s inescapable connection to football and the warm welcome which the locals have given to visitors throughout the centuries.

Politics and sports often go hand in hand but that’s particularly true for one hotel in the centre of Wrexham, as one of the presenters, Siôn Tomos Owen explains,

“The Wynnstay Arms has welcomed its fair share of legends over the years, including Prime Minister William Gladstone and according to local folklore, David Lloyd George stood on the balcony and announced that the First World War was over. His diary suggests he was somewhere else at the time, but why let the facts get in the way of a good story!

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Arfon Jones, the new North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner at Police HQ in Colwyn Bay.g

A pioneering scheme to divert low level offenders away from a life of crime is being launched in North Wales.

The idea has been championed by North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones who says it will cut reoffending rates as well as reducing police and court time.

It’s anticipated part of the Checkpoint programme will be piloted in a selected area of North Wales in the New Year with the aim of rolling it out across the region over the next 12 months.

The scheme, which has been developed by Cambridge University, has been successfully trialled in Durham.

Offenders are offered the chance to avoid prosecution by seeking help from rehabilitation services in the community after signing a contract to say they will comply.

Each offender will be supervised by a skilled ‘navigator’ – many of whom have successfully completed rehabilitation programmes – the four-month period and they face prosecution if the contract is broken

Durham’s Checkpoint programme has already won a national award from the Howard League for Penal Reform and has achieved impressive results in reducing reoffending.

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FOCUS Wales are thrilled to be working alongside SXSW to present an exciting show in Wrexham during Independent Venue Week, which will take place on Friday 1st February at The Live Rooms, Wrexham featuring three exciting Welsh acts.

Independent Venue Week is a 7-day celebration of small music venues around the country and a nod to the people that own, run and work in them, week in, week out. These venues give artists their first experience of playing live in front of an audience and for fans, somewhere to get up close to artists that one day, may well be playing stadiums and festival main stages.

The Wrexham show will feature performances from two of the nation’s most hotly tipped artistsGALLOPS and KIDSMOKE, who will both be flying the flag for Wales at SXSW festival in Austin, Texas this March. The bands will be joined by much hyped newcomers GLOVE, who have been taken under the wing of the award winning author and music journalist John Robb.

 Tickets for the show are on sale now via the FOCUS Wales Facebook page and Gigantic Tickets

 To learn more about Independent Venue Week visit

 Additionally, FOCUS Wales have recently announced over 100 acts who are set to play the festival in May, including: Boy Azooga, The Lovely Eggs, Neck Deep, Skindred, and BC Camplight. To see the full list of artists announced so far, and to purchase 3 day festival wristband visit  

Wrexham Glyndwr University has today announced sporting legend Colin Jackson as its new Chancellor.

Colin, who was given an Honorary Fellowship for his services to sport by Wrexham Glyndwr University in 2016, said: “It is an honour and a thrill to take up the position of Chancellor at Wrexham Glyndwr University. The university excels in a lot of things that I believe in, such as social inclusion, and I look forward to being hands-on in this new role.”

The Chancellor role is an ambassadorial one, which will see Colin preside over graduation ceremonies and other on-campus events. Wrexham Glyndwr University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Maria Hinfelaar said: “We are delighted to welcome Colin Jackson as our new Chancellor.

“He joins us at a very exciting time as we progress with our Campus 2025 programme to improve our campuses and facilities, which includes our partnership with Football Association of Wales to build the new National Football Development Centre at our Colliers Park site in Wrexham.

“Colin will be an inspiring role model for our students and graduates, whatever subject area they are in. We will also involve him in our community-supporting initiatives, and are hoping to bring him to North Wales regularly.”

Colin Jackson was born in Cardiff and is one of the finest and most loved athletes Great Britain has ever produced, winning numerous records and multiple world titles. After retiring from athletics, Colin has seamlessly made the transition into broadcasting, most notably as an integral part of BBC Athletics.

Current Chancellor Trefor Jones CBE CVO will end his term January 1 2019, with Colin’s official inauguration ceremony taking place on February 15 2019.


Christmas has come early for some Super Furry Animals fans, as Gruff Rhys plays a special full band show at The Live Rooms, Wrexham this Friday 7th December. As well as fronting the legendary Welsh band, Gruff was also half of the Mercury Nominated outfit Neon Neon, and has released 5 critically acclaimed solo albums to date.

Gruff’s band comprise of his regular drummer Kliph Scurlock (ex-Flaming Lips) and multi-instrumentalists Stephen Black (Sweet Baboo) and Osian Gwynedd. Gruff and his band have just returned to the UK from a European tour taking in France, Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Ireland which has received raved reviews.

Friday night’s show is sold out and promises to be a real treat for those who have tickets. For those who missed out on tickets for the show, FOCUS Wales have announced over 100 acts set to play the festival in May, including: The Lovely Eggs, Boy Azooga, Neck Deep, Skindred, and BC Camplight. Full 3 day wristbands are on sale now at the early bird price of just £35 via

To see the full list of delegates announced so far, visit

Keep your eyes peeled for more news at and across our social media profiles @focuswales.

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FOCUS Wales 2019 takes places 16th, 17th, 18th May across various venues in Wrexham, North Wales. Full 3 day wristbands for admission to all FOCUS Wales events are available now at tickets start at an early bird price of £35 each. FOCUS Wales is supported by Arts Council of Wales and Welsh Government

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This Weekend

Friday / Dydd Gwener

7am - Early Breakfast

9am - Breakfast

12pm - Isabella Crowther

1pm - Siema Good Vibes

2pm - Tied to the 90s

4pm - Dragonheart

6pm - The Mike Derry Show

8pm - Rhianwen Pullen

10pm - Graeme Park

Saturday / Dydd Sadwrn

8am - John Tudor

10am - Kickstart

12pm - Stage & Screen

2.45pm - Wrexham AFC Live Commentary

8pm - Future Fresh

2am - Dance Nation

Sunday/Dydd Sul

10am - James Evans

12pm - Matthew Barnes

2pm - Weekend Wing Ding

4pm - Jamie G

6pm - Classical XOver

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